Written by James Parsons

James Parsons

James Parsons is a blogger and marketer, and is the CEO of Pagelift. When he isn't writing at his personal blog or for HuffPo, Inc, or Entrepreneur, he is working on his next big project.

Articles written by James Parsons:

If you have a website that you are tying to rank with the search engines, you have every reason to be concerned about getting penalized by Google. Between the Penguin, Panda and Hummingbird updates, many thousands of sites, if no…
Google first released PageRank to assess the popularity of a webpage and in a recent interview, Matt Cutts has confirmed the existence of AuthorRank on Twitter and discussed the development in a 2013 interview. For some time no…
The trend in long-tail keyword use in marketing strategy is largely the result of cost efficiency in advertising. Used as a cost conversion mechanism in search engine optimization (SEO) and pay-per-click (PPC) online advert…
Many small business owners have built a website, and a large percentage of them have a blog on their website. However, a lot of business owners want to know how often they should be posting to their blog. There are several reasons w…
Live chat is often used by businesses to lock into the untapped potential that is often missed by other forms of communication. When customers are online and trying to purchase a product, live chat can address any problems that m…
Creating a blog is a great way to share your passions, interests and knowledge with the world. It’s also a great way to make some extra money with ad revenue. Some people even make a living from the revenue made off of blogs. B…
Stumbleupon is a powerful platform that has become a dominant of traffic for leading social media sites and other well-designed websites. The unique and intelligent platform is used to filter out all of the stale websites on th…
One important part about engaging in search engine optimization is ensuring your website can easily be read by search engine robots and users alike. Though search engines are far more sophisticated and proficient than they we…